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Waylon Jennings’ Band Members Reunite For Tour

Five former members of Waylon Jennings’ recording and touring bands are reuniting and hitting the road to present “Runnin’ with Ol’ Waylon” – Music and Memories of Waylon Jennings this summer. The tour kicks off at Nashville’s City Winery June 16, 2018. The new tour will present a concert experience that chronicles one of the most powerful movements in Country […]

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Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real Announce New Album Out This August

Since their formation as teenagers 10 years ago, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real have quietly developed into one of America’s most dazzling new live acts, playing hundreds of shows and major festivals all over the world, attracting a deeply devoted underground following. Still, with a bounty of invaluable experience under their belts, nothing […]

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Bobby Bare Celebrated As One Of ‘100 Greatest Country Artists Of All Time’ By Rolling Stone

Influencers and critics agree, “Bobby Bare’sOutlaw Spirit Remains Undiminished” (Tim Ghianni, CMT.com) with the release of his newest album, “Things Change”. Recently we saw a Bare takeover on Sirius XM with a subscriber-special airing numerous times on both Willie’s Roadhouse and Outlaw Country featuring performances by the legend and hosted by the Country Music Hall […]

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Alex Williams

Alex Williams Named One Of The “26 Best Things We Saw” At CMA Fest 2017 By Rolling Stone Country

Newcomer Alex Williams was just named one of the “26 Best Things We Saw” at CMA Fest 2017 by Rolling Stone Country and also stating he is “groomed to be the label’s Sturgill Simpson or Chris Stapleton.” If his “low-slung baritone, Waylon Jennings tattoo and songs about “illegal substances,”” don’t get your attention, maybe the top-notch […]

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Jamey Johnson “That Lonesome Song” Mercury Nashville

Raw. Real. Rebelicious. County music’s newest outlaw, Jamey Johnson, belongs in the ranks of Hank, Merle and Walylon. His sophmore album, That Lonesome Song, is a train ride of hard-living, hard-drinking and heartache, the kind of music that can be felt in your gut no matter how many times you’ve heard the songs. The first […]

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